The Overground series is the national flatland series of Brazil. This year there are 3 stops scheduled at different locations. The dates and locations have been posted a few days ago. For further information you can contact MUF Midia. Find more details below.
We collected a bunch of pics from the FISE Montpellier. They are from different photographers: @laet_gna, Armand Lenoir, Matthieu Metivet and Valentin Lecaille. Big thanks to all 4 for those awesome photos!
Maybe not all of you will know Frank Lukas but if you've been riding for a while then his name will certainly ring a bell. These days you'll rather find him behind the judging table than on the contest floor. This video tells his story and it's simply one of the best videos we've seen in a while. There are english subtitles as well for those of you who don't understand German. Enjoy!
"At the peak of his career, Frank Lukas was one of Germany’s most known and successful BMX pro riders. Looking back, he collected heaps of memories and worked his way up to sponsoring deals with big brands such as Carhartt WIP at a really young age. Now, years later, we’re telling his story. A story about success, struggles, family and friends."
It's going very well for Matthias. Second successful contest weekend in a row and this time it's a big victory at home. Congratulations! He is also the leader of the current UCI World Cup ranking. Click the names of the top 3 riders below to watch their runs.
Here are the full results of the AFA Round 2 2018 in Royal Oak. Congratulations to Will Redd on his first place in the pro class and to all the other winners. Check the AFA Facebook page for recorded live footage
Beginner Class 1st T-Bone Daum 2nd Colin Carter 3rd Camden Carter 4th Kim Klisiak 5th Coda McGraw 6th Ava McGraw
Old’s Cool Class 1st Bertrand Williams 2nd Robert Reilly 3rd Anthony Schneidewind 4th Paul Hahn
Expert Class 1st Trevor Watring 2nd Michael Shao 3rd Ron Monis 4th Tony Schneidewind 5th Josh Hanson 6th Andrew Sheltraw 7th Marty Clark 8th Donavan Kelly 9th Craig Gaudet
Pro Class 1st Will Redd 2nd Art Thomason 3rd Austin Luberda 4th James McGraw 5th Jason Plourde 6th Bill Nitschke 7th Todd Carter 8th Bryan Huffman
The finals of the FISE Montpellier are taking place today in the evening (local time). Above is the live stream where you should be able to set a reminder as well. Enjoy the show and spread the word so we can all watch live!
Start of the finals for different timezones: 19.00 (Paris UTC+2) 02.00 (Tokyo UTC+9) 13.00 (NY UTC-4)
Oh yeah! Rad new street flat edit of Matthias. He has been working hard on his street skills as you'll see - jumping huge sets of stairs and grinding a massive rail at the end. That facial expression at the end is priceless. Yes, it was a very long handrail! In between the intro faceplant and the handrail we get a lot of nice technical street flat combos. Enjoy the show!
Congratulations to Matthias! It's the second consecutive win for him at the Bike Days and his birthday. The trophy should make a pretty decent birthday present! There is a recording of a live stream on Facebook if you are really keen to see some footage right now.
Results 1st Matthias Dandois 2nd Dustyn Alt 3rd Dominik Nekolny 4th Jean Prevost 5th Chris Böhm 6th Masato Ito 7th Didier Genet 8th Oleg Efimov 9th Francisco Lima 10th Minato Sato